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News: Battle to save Lawrence of Arabia’s Dagger and Robes for the Nation

Lawrence of Arabia’s dashing white silk robes and a magnificent steel and silver dagger – presented to him after the capture of Aqaba – are at risk of being exported from the UK unless new buyers can be found. 125 more words

Fashion & Dress

Culture White paper - your input needed

We have rather belatedly caught up with the Culture White Paper process, and although the consultation seems to have been mainly in 2015, we have been assured by DCMS that as long as we get a letter to Ed Vaizey by the 3rd week of Feb, our views will be included. 440 more words


BBC Daily Politics: Shining A Spotlight On Student Illiberalism

Few politicians will dare to criticise today’s breed of authoritarian student activists – because odious and illiberal as their worldview undoubtedly is, both main political parties have something to gain from regulating our behaviour and speech… 1,383 more words

UK Politics

Former Time Warner Exec Carolyn Dailey Launches Creative Entrepreneurs Initiative

LONDON — Carolyn Dailey, the former Europe chief of Time Warner, has launched Creative Entrepreneurs, a digital initiative that supports those setting up businesses in the U.K.’s creative sector. 415 more words


"Passionate" Ed Vaizey and the FM switch-off

Can you listen to the radio “passionately”. Ed Vaizey does, and as he’s the broadcasting Minister I suppose we should take note. Vaizey inexplicably survived the post-election re-shuffle. 383 more words

Ed Vaizey Promises SME Cyber Security Boost With £5000 Gov't Grant

A new scheme to protect small businesses from cyber attacks has been announced by the UK Government today.

Speaking at the Reform “Cyber Security: assurance, resilience, response” 422 more words

Industry News

In Battalions: How Can the Theatre Industry Engage with the New Government?

This Tuesday I attended an open space discussion run by Devoted & Disgruntled in collaboration with the In Battalions movement.

First, a little background on the In Battalions project. 468 more words